Boston, MA & Seattle, WA — June 8, 2016 — Digital Performance Management software company, Dynatrace, today announced that it is one of the first companies to achieve the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Migration Competency, launched today.
The AWS Migration Competency recognizes partners who provide solutions or have deep expertise helping businesses move successfully to the AWS Cloud, through all phases of complex migration projects, discovery, planning, migration and operations.
Dynatrace has successfully proven that they can support enterprises throughout their entire cloud migration journey across application and infrastructure discovery, topology modeling, analytics, performance and user experience monitoring and root cause analysis. Before, during and after moving an application or an entire datacenter to AWS, businesses benefit from immediate results and insights.
“This competency achievement is yet another proof point and validation of the value and expertise that Dynatrace is able to provide to customers throughout their migration journeys,” said Bernd Greifeneder, CTO at Dynatrace. “The migration process can be time consuming, costly and difficult to complete. Ensuring our customer’s confidence in the cloud and providing support —whether it is to solve migration challenges or monitor application performance —is Dynatrace’s top priority. We are delighted that AWS recognizes the depth of our expertise and value our capabilities provide to customers.”
- All-in-one performance monitoring that scales with all Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon EC2 Container Service and AWS Elastic Beanstalk clusters.
- Full stack monitoring powered by artificial intelligence for proactive problem resolution.
- An understanding of dependencies and correlations of entire environments – from the underlying infrastructure up to the application and database layer.
- Sizing and capacity planning support by real-time visualization of environments with the Smartscape dependency model.
- Insights to optimize usage of AWS services such as Amazon EC2 instances and AWS Lambda functions.